This webinar included a brief presentation as well as office-hours style Q&A time to address provider questions related to billing and utilization management (UM) for the Children and Family Treatment and Support Services going live Jan 1, 2019: Other Licensed Practitioner (OLP), Community Psychiatric Supports & Treatment (CPST) and Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR).
- reviewed the updates to the billing manual for the Children and Family Treatment and Support Services
- addressed key components of the transitional billing manual
- clarified commonly asked billing questions.
This webinar focused on billing for Other Licensed Practitioner (OLP), Community Psychiatric Treatment & Supports (CPST) and Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) and supplemented the information presented in the in-person billing trainings held in July (July training can be found below under related trainings).
This webinar reviewed Utilization Management for the three Children and Family Treatment and Support Services that are going live January 1, 2019:
-Other Licensed Practitioner (OLP)
-Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment (CPST)
-Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
Webinar topics included continuity of care, authorization requirements, medical necessity, and documentation components.
These all day in-person trainings reviewed the principles of revenue cycle management, Medicaid provider enrollment, and the billing manual including billing rules for the new Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (state plan services) that are going live January 1, 2019: OLP, PSR and CPST. The trainings also included a field by field walk through of how to submit a clean claim to Medicaid Managed Care Plans and provided an opportunity for MCOs and providers to network.
These full day in-person trainings reviewed the Children's System Implementation Timeline and four of the new children’s services: Other Licensed Practitioner (OLP), Community Psychiatric Supports and Treatment (CPST), Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR), and Family Peer Support Services (FPSS).
Audience: Providers serving individuals under 21, who are designated to provide or plan to provide Children and Family Treatment and Support Services (State Plan Services).
OMH and OASAS hosted a webinar for providers who are interested in requesting BH HCBS Infrastructure funding from MCOs to increase rapid access to HCBS for HARP-enrolled individuals.
In addition to the presentation slides and proposal template, more resources and guidance are available below:
These half day in-person trainings covered the foundational principles of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) and Utilization Management (UM). Training reviewed these concepts and how they support efficient and effective billing practices. The presentation also included strategies and next steps in order to help your organization prepare for the transition to Managed Care.
These trainings did not cover specific state RCM or UM policies.
Target Audience: Specifically Billing, QA/QI, Compliance, Program Staff and Senior Management.
Does your agency provide or plan to provide the new Children's SPA and/or Aligned HCBS services? Have questions related to the Provider Medicaid Enrollment Process?
This pre-recorded webinar walks through the steps you need to take in order to enroll as a Medicaid Provider and be able to bill and be reimbursed by Medicaid.
Target Audience: New and existing providers of children's SPA and HCBS
These in-person events provided expertise, case examples, and templates/tools answering the following questions:
- Why is data important?
- What data should be collected and how do I start?
- How can I improve my organization through the use of data?
- How do I define the value and impact of services?
- What are best practices for cross-system collaboration and data sharing?
The recent events sponsored by New York State Success (NYSS) in partnership with the Managed Care Technical Assistance Center (MCTAC) and CCSI’s Center for Collaboration in Community Health, had the goal of providing expertise, case examples and tools to answer the following questions: